Pro-Marijuana Group Sells Rolling Papers With Jeff Sessions' Face on Them

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is no fan of marijuana advocates, but it turns out the cannabis community has more love for the Alabama politician than previously thought.

A group called #JeffSesh has started a website to sell rolling papers with Jeff Sessions' face on them. Customers can choose between either black or white papers, and both boxes feature a cartoon version of Sessions' face smoking a joint.

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The website is meant to draw attention to the Attorney General's anti-cannabis stance and motivate people to share their thoughts on marijuana legalization using the "JeffSesh" hastag. They write on their website that their goal is to tell Jeff Sessions that, "We’re not criminals, junkies or idiots. Regular Jeffs all over the country—good, responsible, patriotic Americans—have a sesh now and then… and its OK!"

Last month, Sessions repealed an Obama administration policy that protected states with legalized marijuana, and has alluded to cracking down on the cannabis industry since taking office.

Unfortunately for this campaign, rumors abound that Sessions may not be the Attorney General of the United States for much longer. Although that might make these joints even better as a celebration for getting rid of America's biggest anti-marijuana crusader.

(h/t The Hill)

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